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AutoMySQLBackup

Automatic MySQL Backup

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AutoMySQLBackup with a basic configuration will create Daily, Weekly and Monthly backups of one or more of your MySQL databases from one or more of your MySQL servers.

Other Features include:
- Email notification of backups
- Backup Compression and Encryption
- Configurable backup rotation
- Incremental database backups

Time for a new maintainer.. I first created AutoMySQLBackup in 2002 and since then it's helped many thousands of admins keep their databases backed up.. I always had one basic requirement and that was that it should always be super simple to initially get working.. I would like to hand it over now to someone with the time and skill to keep it updated and take it further.. If you would like to take over the project please get in touch..

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    The Following code does not work correct when w=1 or w=2 or w=3 or w=4 "if [ "$W" -le 05 ];then REMW=`expr 48 + $W` elif [ "$W" -lt 15 ];then REMW=0`expr $W - 5` else REMW=`expr $W - 5` fi" For each above case, the "if" condition and "elif" condition both works and the value of REMW which is calculated in "if" condition gets replaced in the "elif" condition and becomes negative. This issue needs to be correct

    Posted 09/07/2010
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